Maine's Acadia National Park is the perfect family adventure, and the Kelty Acadia 4 Four-Person Three-Season Tent is the ideal shelter for a week of picturesque ocean-side camping. It's big enough to comfortably hold the whole family, but not so huge that it's unnecessarily heavy or unwieldy, and the three-pole design makes it easy to set up and take down in a jiffy if you're moving camp or trying to beat the rain. If the drops do start falling, you'll be snug inside the Acadia's fully taped and PU-coated fly and floor. Vents keep air circulating, two vestibules prevent boots from getting rained on, and plenty of guy-out points provide some extra stability in case things get a little windy. In nice weather, the no-see-um mesh lets cool breezes in and keeps the bugs out for comfortable sleeping, and mesh pockets keep books, headlamps, glasses, and keys from getting lost in the shuffle. As a thoughtful bonus, Kelty built the Acadia with two doors to minimize nighttime trampling and designed the zipper pulls to prevent jingling so you won't have any more weird Santa-Claus-is-coming nightmares in the middle of July.
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